OMRRA Suzuki SV-650 Eric Koegler-good motorcycle race
Excellent race onboard with Eric Koegler at Portland International Raceway.
Close passing and good drafting action. 2 wave start, Eric in 2nd wave (two
different classes). Recorded on board a few years back before the track was
revised at turns 3 and 4.
Racing SuperStock B on a superstock SV650 at Cresson
Motorsport Ranch Cresson, clockwise. CMRA 2011, Round 8
Decided I wasn't having fun in my normal races so I entered a race with
GSXR750's, Duc 848's and below. Started last row of 25 entries and finished
8th. Couldn't squeeze by an 848 and a 750 that were attached at the hip in
all the tight sections.
My bike: 2003 SV650S, stock power except for Exhaust, AK20's, Penske Double, Michelin V
HONDA RVF 400R - RACE BIKE
Ian Smith's (AFM) Honda rvf 400r race bike. Ian took 3rd in first race of
the day, but crashed on his second race.
Paeroa 2012 F3 Race 1 SV650 Jason McCamish onboard
This is race one from Paeroa in F3 2012. I'm riding a fuel injected Suzuki
SV650. Modifications are a full Yoshimura Exhaust system. An Ohlins rear shock and
spring. Revalved and resprung front forks. Aside from that it's standard
in accordance with Production Twin rules for the National events. The
majority of the other bikes in my race are Formula 3 spec which means very
few limits on modifications.
I came fifth in this race out of about 25 bikes scoring me a whopping $175
prize money which is pretty good for motorbike racing in NZ.
Craig from Cycletreads crashed his Kawasaki zxr400 in this race.
Thanks to all who've helped me over the years.
Terry McCamish (McCamish Electrical)
Cherry McCamish (Mum)
Peter Carbines (Carbines Engineering)
Todd Ventura (Pit bitch)
Paul "3 fingers" Williams (my engineer)
Bridgette Rademakers (a lady)
Richard Corsa (Corsa MC Dismantlers)
Keith and Ken (Victoria Motorcycle Wreckers)
Bob Smith and Andy Wilgermein (ThermoTech)
Kerry Dukic (Dukic Motorsport)
Suzuki SV650 crosskart (buggy) offroad drifting and crashes
The crosskart or buggy is built on a Xinling 250 buggy with a Suzuki SV650
motorcycle V-twin engine put on to give it a bit more punch. For more
information about the crosskart visit http://www.sennansmcverkstad.se.
All the extreme offroad drifting, racing and crashing with the SV650 buggy
is done in Sweden on a private circuit.
Company that built the Suzuki SV650 crosskart:
Ducati 1199s Panigale & CBR600RR Lowside On The Snake | Johnny5sWorld
On a cold Sunday there were 4 lowsides that I knew of, this is the video
for two. Sorry for the shaky footage (more details below)
CBR600RR - Q2 Tires, track bodywork ziptied together. Rider was on cold
tires moments before lowside. Pressures were also too high for the weather.
No injury to rider, just cosmetic damage to the bike.
Ducati Panigale - 1199s was a rental from racyrentals.com, rider was from
out of town and only had two days on the bike. bike was damaged heavily
from frame, forks, wheels & bodywork. Rider only had minor bruises and road
rash to right forearm. Bike carried full coverage from rental so a $2500.00
vehicle waiver will be charged for the damage.
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Footage Captured: GoPro Hero 3+ http://GoPro.com
Video Edited: Sony Vegas Pro 12 (Platinum Edition)
Audio Created/Edited: Fruity Loopz/VirtualDJ (DJ Rinzler)
Speed is in MPH.
"I came in to hot and want onto the double yellow and just washed out" -
2009 Suzuki GSX-R1000 - Jay Leno's Garage
How fast could you go? Do the power-to-weight math: 155 at the rear wheel
at 452 pounds...
Competition is fierce in the crowded realm of the literbike. So despite an
incredible record of consecutive AMA Superbike wins, Suzuki decided to go
back to the drawing board for a completely new soup-to-nuts redesign of the
GSX-R1000 for 2009. Suzuki Motorcycle's Garrett Kai jokes that the only
elements carried over from last year's model are the fuel tank cap and the
oil filter. The differences may seem subtle to the untrained eye, but to a
superbike aficionado, Suzuki has gone the distance to improve upon previous
The overall appearance of the Gixxer Thou is more aggressive and more
refined, and more compact than its forebear. Weight has been cut back six
pounds to a total net of 452 pounds. The redesigned 999cc inline
four-cylinder engine is over two inches shorter, which in turn shortens the
wheelbase for greater maneuverability, and allows for a longer swingarm,
yielding improved corner traction. Technology from racing's cutting edge
has informed most aspects of the bike's new design, including a new
cable-actuated clutch system, and big piston forks. Indeed, with 155 hp at
the rear wheel, you might want to have some racing experience before
attempting to tap this bike's potential. That's right, for a mere $12,899,
you too can enjoy grand prix performance in a two-wheeled street machine.
An avid Suzuki collector, Jay already has a 1975 RE5 and a 1966 X6 Hustler
among others in his collection, and was beyond thrilled when Suzuki
presented him with the first production GSX-R1000 as a thank you for his
support of the motorcycle industry. Jay will have to break his Gixxer in
easy for the first 500 miles, keeping it below 4000 rpm - where most cars
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Tonight Show host Jay Leno explores his passion for all things on wheels in
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2009 Suzuki GSX-R1000 - Jay Leno's Garage
Suzuki SV650S v Kawasaki ER-6n v Hyosung GT650
Suzuki's hugely popular SV650S is light, masses of fun and comes with a
tempting £4999 price tag. Now re-released, could this be the ultimate
first big bike? To find out we took two new big bike riders and put it up
against two of it's closest rivals - the Kawasaki ER-6n and Hyosung
SV650 vs Fireblade @ TT Circuit
Racing a Suzuki SV650s together with a Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade on the TT
Circuit of Assen. Filmed with two GoPro HD Hero2 cameras on the bike.
2002 Suzuki SV650S Review
Louise Brady reviews the 2002 model Suzuki SV650S, finding out how it
performs and handles, as well as seeing how practical it is and how it
compares against the competition. The SV650 produces around 70bhp at
9000rpm and has more than enough gears to satisfy you around town and